Xbox Emulator

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The Xbox console uses modified x86 compatible hardware and made by Microsoft. Many homebrew applications and emulator run Xbox games on PC including Xeon, Cxbx and Dxbx. Xbox emulator is an open source application which run Xbox games on PC with low configuration system. These emulators so fimiliar to a PC. By using above mentioned emulators you can play your xbox games on your computer.

You no need coding modification as you need for Xbox 360 “Xenia” Emulator. You are free to use this emulator because it’s pretty similar to other applications. According to my review, some of Xbox homebrew support XBE game formats and it supports operating system up to Windows 10 (32/64bit) including windows 7 & 8.

Xbox Emulator: Play Xbox Games on PC

  1. Extract emulator file on your computer desktop or any specific folder.
  2. Run Xeon as administrator. (.ini file will generate automatically)
  3. File → Load → Game XBE file
  4. Enjoy your game.


Can I play all Xbox games on my PC by using these emulators?

Yes, you can play all Xbox games on your PC by using mentioned above emulators. But according to my experience Xeon has version 1.0. You may face some minor bugs or a blank screen in a few games.

Which game format I need to run on this emulator?

My favourite emulator is Xeon 1.0 which is easy to use and support “.XBE” game format. Other emulator application can accept other formats too.

Minimum System Requirement

ProcessorPentium 4.2GHz
Video512MB (Recommended GeForce FX or Radeon 9200 Pro)
Hard Disk10GB Application + Game (XMB)
OSWindows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 (32/64bit)

Recommended System Requirement

Processori3 (Dual Core) 2.0GHz
Hard Disk10GB Application + Game (XMB)
OSWindows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 (32/64bit)

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Conclusion: Xbox homebrew application & Emulator pretty good choice for low system hardware users. Feel free to leave your feedback, issues and review in the comment section. Like our Facebook page and subscribe to our YouTube channel and stay connected with us.

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